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HONOLULU STAU HULLETIX, THUIISDAV, PEC. 1 1012.
SEED CANE TAXES CARGO SPACE
, IN LINERS EN ROUTE TO JAPAN
The Japanese :;ovenii!H nt
with favor upon t:i- grn1- o. su.sa
cp.r.e crown in ihv Hawaiian irl.nni
. With this end in view au'l I'ollo aih?; !
' the reconimendaiion Horn ;t corps o: '-.
- experts who ave been f-onf i-ri:i ,i
general investigation throughout tli- ;
territory, a large shipment of seed i
cane is ready to be forard.l to ti
ki. car estates on the ibinis i i o:-
; One problem that at pre. cni o:-
fronts the parties, who woiud ti i i tip
case to the Japanese possession, is
the apparent scarcity of tonnage now
For months, the Pacific Mail liners
' upon leaving San Francisco have been
filled to the hatch covers with main
land cargo, foP the most part consist
Ipr of cotton.
The steamers in the Toyo Risen
Kaisha service have been sailing
;ive consignments of merchandise and
supplies of raw material for tb,e" orient.
At Honolulu, mere awaits 4me
three hundred tons of seed cane which
Is exDected will mark an initial ship
ment intended for Fornioan sugar
s planters. The Nipion Maru. one of
-the smaller vessels in the Japanese
I'ne is to arrive at Honolulu. from the
coast at or about noon tomorrow. Frohi
advance wireless reports'-this vessel
' sailed from" San. Fancisco, with a full
'; cj rgo, and JuSt wheVe IheC much wnt
" lem that at present confronts tfce local
.agents and . others- .interested in dis-
patching the conslgnmeniTJe Nip-
pon Maru is bringing few if -any lay
over passengers Vfor Hen4trtti. The
.vessel carries ,16t..pattttcei.jn .the
several classes. ' The vessel should
bring a later mail from the mainland.
It Is the present Intention of Castle
. and " Cooke to dispatch (the liner . for
" Jinan and China norts at five o clock
steerare DassefT&erfi.K C J
. The members of the Hujrkes Comedy
- Company who are xm a $ofld tour jpd'
who will close a fcrfef engagement at
; local, heaters will keassan XW
liner for Japan and the Philippines.
Mainland, Freight in the Alaskan. .
; ' A general average Hint I'blen dediV:
ed on all . cargo . that has arrived at
can-Hawaiian freighter Alaskan. This
vessel will be remembered as having
mL wiia an accraeni li ner utu Mian,
which caused a material delay in the
departure of the steamer from San
Francisco. The time consumed in ef
fecting- repairs, prevented trie Alas-
Kan in calling' at tne regular rugei
Sound ports. The steamer reached
Honolulu this morning with -five se p-
arate west bound cargoes, from New
York that were transhipped at Tehu-
; antepec from vessels in the American
Hawaiian Atlantic service.
' Captain Hillman reports a pleasant
trip down from San Francisco. The
- steamer Ib to.be given a prompt dis-
nafrti and - it ia lha nMcsnt eTrwMo.
tion that he vessel will sail for island
' norls on Snnriav pvntnr rallinc nt
Port Allen and Kahului. The Alaskan
V is to depart from Kahului to Salina
Crux direct, taking twelve thousand
, tons 1913 sugar, besides about 200
Coffins Concealed Beauteous Maids.
; NYTien four Chinese slive girls we
, cri-tured coming off the Nippon Maru
st San Francisco, it was Relieved that
ttey had been secerted in the coal
lunkers during the voyage troni
Shanghai to that city. Customs In
sjjector Yerney while searching, the
ship for opium discovered what ie be
Leved was the hiding place of the
girls. He found in the rice locker on
the steerage ?e(k on the starboard
side a nook covered wi'h a Chinese
coffin, which hid been turned upside
down and pjarcd in a ho'e in piie
ol mats of ifice and cancealed by mats
cf rice piled 6t to'bf it.
Parts of "Crc?3 won bv Chinese
romen and toilet artic les were lonn i
, under the c.fflr.,-
Th'only j;eri;on who liad ? key to
th's room, aceordias to a statement
made by Vcnrey to . Deputy Vnited
States Sprvdyor ChaiJlcs A. Stephens,
was hc rhi.icrc ccok of the steerage,
who occr'nbV. a room opposite the ric?
locker with L ::: .Mcon, the Chinese
Interpreter, under arrest for attempt
ing to timi'.-l? t':e women into this
The matter wis f.l on up :"or invos-
titior. bv jxMk-.l Trr-iaury. Agent
V l. Tidwe'.l. with view o, securing
evidence th;;t would warrant the ar-
vest and pros-M-u;io:i of the rook. J
Japanese in Hie Colonies
Further particulars ha.ve now been j
received in : yc:iy regarding me
cision of tli" boani of the Nippon
Yusen Kais-'-i t place larger steam
ers on the Aiu tnili;:i service.
The new M aJ.:i'i will be between
."(Hit) and t:ns net. and it is the
intention of ilie Inward to extend the
services to N w Zealand and Ade
laide. According th-- Japanese files re
rentlv to hand, a meeting of the di-
rectors of t: Yokohama chamber ofjKxchange.
HAVE VOLT! GAGGAGE HANDLED BY RELIABLE BAGGAGE-MEN
o m nrn
i oininrrce was held towards the end
j )i S-pfenibr. at which it was decided
r;o niak representations to the gov-
.-niriifnt for tiie extension of the
1 steamer line between Japan and
Australia. Tlie Japan-Australian line
s at present maintained by the Nip
j !kjii Vusen Kaisha. under the state
ajbsidy of 40,m0 yen. with three
incrs (Vawata. Nikko and Kiimanol,
j ,i between 2000 and 3000 tons (net),
! heservice leing every lour weeks.
fh present arrangement of the line
I s thought very unsatisfactory, and
j inadequate -to keep pace with the
j progress of trade interests between
j Japan and Australia, which have de-
t vpnnfi rpniarkahlv in the nasf few
y ars. As the grant of a state sub
sidy to the line terminates next
March, the chamber isj anxious that
the government will continue the sub
sidy on the line for another term,
and at the same time extend the line
to New Zealand and Adelaide, making
the service at least fortnightly, and
having steamers of from 5000 to 6000
tons (netl. The representation will
be submitted to the general meeting
of the chamber shortly.
Australia Seeking Philippine Trade.
The Eastern and Australian Steam
ship Company's vessels will nerearter
call at Manila on both the outward
and homeward voyages according to
advices from Sydney. Heretofore the
steamers have, called at Manila on
the outward voyage only, rrom Aus
tralia to China and Japan ports, but
proceeded from 'Hongkong to Austra
lia direct on the return voyage. The
new arrangement will be tried for. a
year.. .. ,"if
The company operates three regu
lar steamers on the run, the St. Al
bans, the Empire and the Eastern. Be
sides these three vessels there Is the
Aldenhara, which is classed as an ex
It is" probable that reduced excus
sfon rates between Australia and Ma
nila will be introduced as an induce
ment to Australians to visit the Phil
ippines. An extensive advertising
campaign for the Philippines is being
tarried out t by , the company in Aus
Dark Albert on a New Tack.
Considerable work will be clone to
the American bark Albert, a recent
arrival at Puget Sound from the Ha
waiian Islands, before , she leaves for
New Zealand with a cargo of lumber.
Captain A. Crowe, representative of
the coast' underwriters,, has ordered
a new set of spars to be built for her.
The two lower fore and main masts
and crosstrees will be renewed. -When
she sails on the outward trip she will
have practically, new rigging: It is
said that the same changa will have
to be made on many of the old-time
American sailing vessels engaged in
the coastwise and foreign trade. The
Albert is under charter to J. J. Moore
& Confpany and she will ciear with
750,000 feet of lumber.
Survey Steamer Fitted With Wireless
The United States Coast and Geo
detic survey steamer Patterson that
is . generally understood as to spend
the winter months in Hawaiian wa
ters has been fitted with wireless in
stallation before leaving the coast.
The vessel reported as now outfit
ting for an extended cruise in these
islands. The vessel is expected will
take up the work dropped by the
officers in the coast and geodetic sur
vey steamer Explorer that visited the
group some two years ago.
Sixteen Vessels lost in Typhoon.
The following telegram Has been "re
ceived by Insular Collector of Cus
toms H. B. McCoy at Manila: Ty
phoon on the night of November fif
teenth very disastrous Cebu. Foliow
lowing casualties with vessels sunk:
Mercedes, Jesus. Basilio, Santiago.
Febo, Lighter Florencia. Isabela. Pu
risima Conception.. Aground: Mel
liza, Tubig, Tupas, schooner Penelope.
Cervantes. Missing: Carmen, launch
Addenbrook. launch Dalingding.
Hornelen to Return With Coal.
The Norwegian freighter Hornelen
which has made several trips be
tween Australian and the islands,
bearing coal, has been chartered to
carry a full shipment of fuel consign
ed to the Inter-Island Steam Naviga,
tion Company. The Hornelen is ex
pected will be dispatched from New
castle, N. S. V.. along the latter part'
chi,jan shipping Company
SANTIAGO. Nov. 14. -A number of
Knelish capitalists have offered to
form an Anglo-Chilian Navigation
Company to run at the beginning of
1913 six steamers between, Europe.
Australia and Japan, provided 'that.
ae-;cnili guarantees JL" 1.2;u.ont t trie re
Nakomis Sails from Kahului.
Arriving at Kahului on November
2yth. the American schooner Nakomis
having been discharged of a ship
ment of lumber, was dispatched from
Kahului for Puget Sound ports to
day, according to a niessace received
at the local branch of the .Merchants'
Temperature- a. m . 71: ; a. in..
77; lt a. in.. 77: 1' noon, -So. .Mini
mum last night, 71.
Barometer at 8 a. in., 30.17; rela
tive humidity, s a. in.. ."3.
Wind; a. tn . 4 NK; X a. in . 4 is:
lo a. in., 8 NK; 12 non. K. Move
ment, past L'l hours, 153 miles.
Dew-point at S a. m.. 59; absolute
humidity, !s a. ni., 5.1'Su; total rainfall
during past 24 hoifrs. o.
VESSELS TO AND
FROM THE ISLANDS
Special Cable to Merchants'
Thursday, Iec. 12.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived, y a. in..
Dec. 12. U. S. A. T. Logan, hence
Sailed, Dec. 12, schr. Dauntless,
YOKOHAMA Sailed. Dec. 12. T. K.
K. S. S. Co. s str. Shinyo Maru, for
TAfJOMA Sailed. Dec. 12, S. S. Mis
sourian for Honolulu.
YOKOHAMA Arrived. Dec. 11, P.
M. S. S. Co.'s str. Nile, hence No
KAHULUI Sailed. Dec. 11, schr.
Nokomis, for Astoria.
S S- KIYO MARlk-Will arrive free:
There e a meeting of the
board of directors of Jhe Young Men's
Christian Association tomorrow at
noon In the' board rooms
Some Fast Juggling Of Fre"
. There is nothing slow about the port
of . Honolulu , when it conies to the
rapid juggling of large cargoes.
Sueprintendent McGuire, who repre-
Superintendent McGulre, who repre
ai wharlt superintendent, personally
supervised, the stowing of 2430 tons
freight into, the Matson liner Houolu
lan between the hours of seven o'clock
yesterday roorning-and six o'clock in
the evening, the hour selected for i
departure of the vessel for San Fran
At , the , average . rate of 220 tons
of (freight each hour, , the big Ho
rtolulan was loaded with a varied as
sortment of islands products including
sugar4 preserved pipeapples, . coffee,
bananas and sundries. The steamer
was supplied with cargo from both the
Hack! eld and the Railway wharves
curing the .strenuous day.
Vith a force of men trained to the
rrpid handling of steamers. Superin
tendent McGuire is declared by v. t il
qualified waterfronters as having es
tablished a record for the Matson
Saint Kilda May Proceed to the
From seven to ten days is the time
allotted for the discharge of 4908 tons
Australian coal that have arrived here
in the British freighter Saint Kilda
The vessel went into quarantine im
mediately on arrival from the Colon
ies. . t
The vessel brought coal consigned
to the Inter-Island Steam Navigation
Company and is expected will be sent
to the north Pacific coast following
the discharge of coal. The Saint Kil
da is said as well adapted for the
transportation, of large cargoes of
lumber, and a-shipment of this class
of material may be forwarded to Aus
Japanese Steamer For Phosphate Isles
Tq proceed to the phosphate island3
of the couth seas, the Japanese
freighter Tokal Maru is to receive a
prompt dispatch at the port of Hona
lulu. The vessel arived from Moji,
Japan-yesterday morning and was sent
lo quarantine. The freighter came to
a berth at Naval wharf this morning
?ud the work of discharging the 4200
tons coal is being rushed to insure the
vessel's departure for Makatea on or
about December 20. The Japanese
steamer has been chartered to carry
a sipment of phosphate rock to a por
TnomajS Here in the Morning
With mail and a laijge company of
officers and enlisted men, the United
States army transport Thomas from
San Francisco is to arrive here at an
early hour tomorrow morning. The
troopship will be berthed at Alakea
wharf. It is the present intention to
dispatch the vessel for Guam and
Manila on Saturday morning, though
this date may be . changed upon ar
rival of the Thomas.
Cattle from Hawaii Ranges.
Cattle to the number of 52 head
from Hawaii ranges arrived in the
Inter-Island steamer Niihau. This ves
sel is reported to have met with fine
weather for the greater part of the
voyage to Honolulu. Strong swells
were met while working along the
coast near Punaluu and Honokaa. The
steamer Maui is reported as discharg
ing coal at Punaluu.
P.VSSK M ; K lis DEI'A RTEft.
Per .M. N. S. S. Honolulan. Tor San
Francisco. Dee. 11. Mr. and Mrs. A.
Parsons and child.. .Mrs. C. C. Gossin.
Miss M. Hurling. Mr. and Mrs. H. P..
Wilcox. Mrs. ..I. "Wells. Mrs. L. Heen.
Corporal Thos. Whiteley, (;. J. Meek
er. C. C. Adams. Mr; and Mrs. H. L.
Kedd and child. T.'W. Keivley.
Pei ir Kilaueati for Nona and Kaii
pui'ts. Dec. i::. .V- L. Gay. K. Gay.
H. Gay. Klsie Gay, Mary Gay. C.
Baldwin W Paris. Ailen Gihb.
Ksfer G'ibb. Miss' M. Austin. Miss V.
Austin. 1). Wadsworth. A. Wadsworth.
S. Austin W. Bond, K. G. Pond. Miss
M. Renton. Miss K. Renton. E. Bald
win. H. Baldwin, Miss Ethel Paris,
SCHOOL FUND iFAKE MINISTER
Figures compiled by the territorial
auditor's office and handed to Trea
surer D. L. Conkling this morning
show- that the deficit in the school
fund for the six months ending D"
ceniber 31, 1911 reached a total -:f
J70.159.16 for the territory.
The deficit in the various couut:-?
for that period is itemized as fol
lows: "City and countv of Honolulu. $33,
460.04. Maui. $13,538.22.
.With a shipment (of lumber and
general cargo, the American schooner
Dauntless is reported to have sailed
!trcm San Francisco today.
Mall dispatched for the coast In the
Pacific Mail liner Persia is reported
to have reached San Francisco at an
early hour yesterday morning. "
With a small cargo of Hawaiian
products, the Matson Navigation
steamer Hilonian from Honolulu and
Hilo arrived at San Francisco yester
day. A small mail from the mainland is
expected .will arrive in the" United
States army transport Thomas. The
troopship should be" here tomorrow
The Oceanic liner Sierra -sailing at
noou on Saturday, will afford the last
means for forwarding mails destined
to arrive ou the mainland before
The United States army transport
Logan sailing from Honolulu for the
coast on December oth is reported to
have arrived at San Francisco at nine
o'clock this morning.
The Matson Navigation steamer
Lurline from San Francisco with five
thousand tons general cargo anti holi
day supplies, is due to arrive nere on
next Wednesday morning.
General Freight Agent Morse of
the American-Hawaiian line has oeen
advised that the freighter Missouriaii
ssiled from Tacoma for Honolulu to
t clay. The Missourian is to be follow
, by the steamer Columbian.
ruocugci u tuiu ucinccii 111c 101-
ands and the coast appears to be at
its lowest ebb at this season of the
year. The Matson Navigation liner,
l with accommoatjon for sixty cabin
travelers, sailed last nignt with less
than a score oft pjissengers.
The repairs to the Japanese liner
Shinyo Maru having been completed,
that vessel is reported by cable Te
ethed here as having sailed from Yo
kohama for Honolulu today. The
"Sh'nvo Maru should arrive here on or
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under another name, thinking that he
would be safe from detection. Ac
cording to a story told by those who
know him, his downfall at the hands
of the law started when he asked for
some one to relieve him on his "run"
so thaf he could get away for another
marriage. Men who heard him offer
ing $5 for a man to relieve him are
said to have written his brother-in-law
in California. This brother.in-
law, it is reported, sent to U. S. Dis-I
trie! Attorney Breckons a copy of the
original marriage certificate which
reached Honolulu only a short time
before tac man" was arreted.
It is understood that the man has
confessed, in part at least, after hav
ing been confronted with the informa
tion secured as to his past. He was
released on his, own recognizance and
will appear before Commissioner
Davis "for a hearing tomorrow morn
ing. His second wife, who is a Portu
guese girl, is declared to have known
nothing of his previous marriage. It
was said this cnorning that other seri
ous charges may be brought again3t
Mrs. J. D. Paris, A. Paris. Mrs. E.
Aungst. Miss Akedman, Miss Madden.
Nora Mbir. Grita Moir. Herbert Cul
len. Miss V. Madden, Miss F. Lidgate.
Miss E. Lidgate, G. Moir, Miss C.
Rcid, Miss M. Forrest . Mrs. G.
Wright. E. M. Campbell, Mr. and Mrs.
Per str. Mikabala. for Maui and
Molokai ports. Dec. 17. Miss M. Mey
er, Miss A. Meyer, Miss Annie Meyer.
Per str. Kinau. for Kauai ports. Dec.
17 J. P. Cooke, Mrs. W. M . Vincent,
Mirs G. E. Vincent.
Per str. Manna Kea. for Hilo. via
way ports. Dec. Is. Miss 11. Robinson.
Mius L. Robinson, Miss Jean Pritchard
M.'ss Maggie Pritchard. Master A. Mr
Kenzie. Mrs. II. McKenzie. Mr. and
Mir,. H. P. Wood. Miss H. Caldwell,
Tioo I l.....i-f.n Jrc Ta:wl Tn-lnr
.iii-Ji I j. HI ' Til, I IW1 ,
Miss Irene Aiken. Miss Lillian Hoycle.
A. Male. .1. C. Searle. .It . C. C. earle,
T. C. Searle. Mrs. W. F. McConkey.
Per str. W. Ci Hall, for Kauai
ports, Dec. 10. Miss A. Grobc, Miss
C. Bettencourt. Miss D. Grobe, Miss
V. Wenselau. Miss H. Schimmelfen
nig. Miss A. Miller.
Per str. Claudine. for Hilo via
way ports. Dec. 2. -Miss S. Kalino.
Foster Robinson. A. Robinson, C.
Robinson. Miss R. Hansen, Miss M.
Christ ophersen. M--s. .Ni . H. Pnley.
Miss I. G. McDnuai .!. Mrs M . I. per
iev. Mix; La'.r'iice. Miss V Waal.
Mis.-; (truss. Mi?s Craig. Mr. and Mrs.
F'njra Miss R. Monroe. .5rs. "nes'e
velt. Master Westeveir. Mr. ami Mrs.
A. N. Hay selden. Miss T. I iayselden.
Miss.E. Hayselden. W'.-i.sier Alul:.
.ias. Monroe. Miss Akui Ah Nin. Win.
J. M. Mokuula. the aged Hawaiian
who was arrested last August on com
plaint by Attorney General Lindsay
and accused of attempting to obtain
money by fraud, was given a final
hearing in Circuit Judge Robiuson's
court on appeal this morning, and
sentenced to a year in prison.
Mokuula for years has been a pic
turesque character in Honolulu. On
New York Citv's lower East side lie
rer." Attorney General , Lindsay, in
more direct Anglo-Saxon, referred to
him in court this morning as a "gen
tle grafter." But perhaps the best
description was given by Mokuula,
when asked by the court this morn
ing as to his occupation. Through an
interpreter, he replied:
' I'm an evangelist; I preach to the
young and unwary and unsuspecting
to fleece them."
Several times in the last few years
he has been convicted in the district
court on various charges, usually lar
ceny, and sent to jail. He was sent
to the reef once a number of years
ago by Judge Lindsay, when the latter
was sitting as district magistrate.
Imagine the Attorney General's sur
prise, one day last August when the
same individual, garbed In-the cleri
cal cloth, appeared at his office ask
ing a donation to a new church. ik
kuula exhibited a book, in which a
number of names of prominent local
churchmen were inscribed in many
shades of ink and with lead pencil,
purporting to show that these had
subscribed various sums toward the
alleged religious enterprise.
Knowing the man, Lindsay was im
mediately skeptical, and on general
principle telephoned for the police.
After his arrest, and' in court today
Mokuula admitted the names, in the
little book were all inserted by him
self. He explained he had gone to Lind
say, knowing the latter had once sent
him to ; jail merely to "test
him out and see if he still had
a grudge" against Mokuula. He said
he didn't intend to take i any money.
Lindsay admitted he hadn't , offered
to give Mokuula money.
The district court had sentenced
,the prisoner four months, but Judge
Robinson raised it to the maximum,
after hearingrfhis candid confession of
crookedness as a life occupation. It
was stated in court that Mokuula has
for years lived on the generosity of
religious people in Honolulu, by ex
tracting coin from them for various
fake church and niissionary enter
prises. LOCAL ,AND -'gENERL , .
Crushed algaroba protenl makes
chickens lay more eggs, also makes
cows give more milk. $1.00 a bag de
livered. Phone 4097, advertisement.
The Chamber of Commerce, Mer
chants' Association and Planters' As
sociation will have a joint committee
to keep in -touch with legislation at
the coming session.
Returning after -five minutes' con
sultation a jury in Judge Robinson's
court this morning gave a verdict of
guilty in the case of Joseph Castro,
accused of assaulting his wife with a
weapon obviously dangerous to life.
He was sentenced to nine months' im
Declarations of intention to become
American citizens were filed with the
clerk of the U. S. district court this
morning by Aloysius Heyke, wireless
operator in the employ of the Inter
Island Steam "Navigation Company,
and by George Josef Kolodzie, a
seaman on the revenue cutter Thetis.
Both are natives of Germany.
On Sylvano Nobriga's appeal from
the verdict of the district court, as
sessing him $25 and costs for assault
and battery, the circuit court raised
the fine to $50, with costs attached.
Judge Robinson says he hopes in time
to discourage appeals from the lower
court where the appellant's defense
is so weak as to be flimsy and with
The students of the primary depart
ment of the Punahou preparatory
school tomorrow morning at 10r5
o'clock will hold their Christmas ex
ercises. Following a story by Miss
Damon, instructor of German at the
College, of a German Christmas. the;
students will present a play interpret'
ing the story. Oahu College closes
tomorrow for the Christmas holi
days. On his showing of inability to pay
the alimonv of S15 a month Victor;
A. N'orgaard, territorial veterinarian,
obtained a reduction of the alimony
by Judge Whitney this morning lo
$105 a month. He had been summon
ed by his former spouse. Nicolena
Tyson Norgaard, to show cause why
he should not be fined for contempt
of court in failing to pay the entire
amount of alimony granted her by
The question of cancelling the li
cense of chu Pons. trie Chinese
doctor, will be one of the subjects,
considered bv the Territorial board ofj
health at its meeting at o'clock
this afternoon. Dr. .1 S. B. Pratt's
report of his trip over the Island of
Hawaii will, be heard, and the mem-j
bers probably will journey out to
Waikiki To inspect a building which,
Dr. Pratt says should be condemned;
for its insanitary condition. j
Articles of incorporation were filed;
today by the Idea! Clothing Company. I
Ltd., which gives its present capitali-'
zaiion as $1".immi. asking a maximum
limit of SlHM.ttitn capitalization. The
firm intends engaging in business in
Honolulu as merchant tailors and .
men's c-lotheirs. The officers and J
stockholders are: . P. Medeiros,'
president. '122 shares; C. M. V. Fors
ter. sceretary-treasurer. one share:
John Gomes Duarte and A. D Castro,
one share eacTi, and M. P Mattos,
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Address all Commtnlcatlons to Honolola Star-Bnlletln, Jl Ilenolala, T. U.
REAL ESTATE TRANS UTIO.XS.
Entered of Record December 11, 1912,
from 10:30 a. m. to 1:30 p. ni,
Lucretia M Dayton (widow) -to Ot-
to A Bierbach . . D
Otto A Bierbach and wf to Lucre
tia M Dayton . . .............. 1
Wong Kin tr to F E Thompson tr ii
Chuck Hoy and wfto Ho Mon Hou i
(w)- .. .. ..I:... I)
Ellen Bicknell to Chuck Hoy. . .ParRel
von Hamm-Young Co Ltd to L H
Richey . . .. Rcl
Fred K Williams and wf to Jas
Armstrong . . v ... . . .' .. ....... 1)
Kekuku and bsb t'o Jas Armstrong D
course within the past few weeks.
Lumley Richey and wf to J V
Geary .... M
L H Richey to von Hamm-Young
Co Ltd .. .. .....CM
J J Teixeira and wf to Antonio L
Antonio F.Camacho and wf to'
Masonry Work Co ......... . . D
Antonio F Camacho and wf toj
Masonry Work Co . M
Antonio F Camacho and wf to J A '
Andre --Rod riguest v.' ....i M
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co Ltd
to Westn Hawn Invstmt Co
Edward W .Thwing and wf by f
Atty to Wm J Fortes . I)
Elizabeth N Ijow and hsb to Tcr-
W. C. PEACOCK &-C0a Ltd.
Wine aud Liquor Merchants.
Merchant, near Fort St.
iai - laiu?titt
ritory of Hawaii D,
I-I S N Co Ud fo Ter ot Hawaii D
rV . 1 t X 1 . . T"l W
Liinus to l-l a N Co Ltd... incense
Entered of Record .December 12, 1912,
1 from S :30 . ni. to 10 :30 a. ni.
t'4iun Kim Sut'tb.Wm Kawa..Attchmt
John R! Gait and." vt to Margaret , ,
Ernest. Cumraings By Gdn et al to .
Abigail W Kawananakoa . . , . . i D
Kauahukula Wilhelm and hsb to ' ;
East Maui Irrigation Co .....Grant
H. P. BECKLEY ON .
. HAWAII COMMISSION
Henry 'P. Beckley has been ap
pointed a member of the Hawaii loan
tund commission by Governor Frcar.
to succeed A. WV Carter, resigned.
Another Tacancy "on the commission,
that of Albert Horner, remains un
lilled but the Governor hopes to be
able to name the man for the place
before his departure on the voyage to
Midway and Laysan islands. :
SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. ll.Beets: ;
KS analysis, 9s; 6d. Iarity, 3.83 cents.
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